raping Mayella Ewell. She lives a miserable and lonely existence, despised by whites and prohibited from befriending blacks. Heart of Darkness Themes Essay. The oldest of the many Ewell children, at age nineteen. Even though she is still a tomboy at heart, Scout learns how to control her actions and act more like a lady.
All of these problems and conflicts share a common root: close-mindedness. Bob holds a strong grudge against Atticus and attacks his children at the end of the novel. A poor farmer who is among the "Sarum bunch a crowd which assembles near the town jail the night before Tom's trial in order to start a lynching. Lawyer for the Ewell family in Tom Robinson's case. Scout's older brother, who is nearly ten at the beginning of the story. Because Scout is edified and is more knowledgeable than others, Miss Caroline feels as if her authority is on the brink. Frustrated and desperate, Miss Caroline becomes close-minded against and begins to mistreat Scout because she views Scout as a threat. Jem is quieter and more reserved than his sister, and has very high standards and expectations for people. Nkgljlgjss prjvjgts mjr arin ugljrsteglkg Areghks ipkgkig# jvjg ka kt lijsupsjt mjr' Areghks egl Nkss Herickgjs egl Xhiuts higtrestkg ipkgkigsjxjnpckay Xhiuts hcisj. Two of the main characters in the book are stereotyped; Scout and Atticus Finch.
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